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Smothered Kills at the New Orleans Film Festival

So much fun promoting and screening SMOTHERED at the New Orleans Film Festival.  It screened Wednesday at 8:45 pm at the beautiful Joy Theater.

John Schneider and I were on… 95 more words

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Noodlin' Around at the New Orleans Film Festival

So proud that the short film I wrote, produced and starred in - Fettuccine - got picked up by the New Orleans Film Festival.  What a great festival, and of course always proud to be screening my work in my hometown. 109 more words

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Wild Bill on the red carpet at New Orleans Film Fest

The red carpet is blood red.  That’s what actor, writer, director and Dukes of Hazzard TV legend John Schneider says.  Maybe that’s because his movie is here at the New Orleans Film Festival.  59 more words

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"John Schneider's Smothered" is Bo Duke's made in Louisiana movie

UPDATE: John Schneider’s movie ‘Smothered’ premieres Wednesday Oct. 22 at the Joy Theater.  Get details HERE.

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) - You know actor John Schneider from his days as Bo Duke on TV’s Dukes of Hazzard. 101 more words

News With A Twist

10,000 days (2010)

If you google this you will get two imdb.com results. One as a movie (2014) and one as a tv-series. I guess they decided to re-release this as a movie since the tv-series never happened so I choose to review it as a tv-series pilot, not a movie… Mostly because you will have no real ending to this flick as it’s ment to continue when end credits hits. 333 more words

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Report: Seahawks would have released Harvin absent a trade

How committed were the Seahawks to moving Percy Harvin?

On “Sunday NFL Countdown,” ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported the Seahawks were ready to release the wide receiver if they could not deal him. 186 more words

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A look at John Schneider's 31 trades

John Schneider has proved very adept at turning first-round picks into late-rounders, although this is the first time he has devalued his own initial trade in such fashion. 3,186 more words

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